HipHopDX runs through Houston rap legend DJ Screw's accomplishments on his would-be 46th birthday.
For J Dilla's Donuts Week 2017, HipHopDX revisits Jay Dee's sampling of The Cyrkle - The Visit (She Was Here) to create ATCQ's "Get a Hold."
HipHopDX looks back at Sean Price's "Jesus Price Supastar" 10 years after it was it released on Duck Down Records.
The Winstons' 1960s hit "Amen, Brother" would go on to be the most sampled song in history but the drummer Gregory “G.C.” Colemen would die broke and homeless.
Looking back at the recently deceased production skills of the recently deceased DJ Crazy Toones, Ice Cube's DJ and W.C.'s brother.
25 years ago, De La Soul released their dark Christmas classic, "Millie Pulled A Pistol on Santa," a record based on a sad true story.
HipHopDX elaborates on the backstory of Run-DMC's holiday classic song, "Christmas in Hollis."
HipHopDX revisits the two times a flood destroyed RZA's would-be classic work with Wu-Tang Clan members, Method Man, GZA, Raekwon and more.
HipHopDX speaks to Tall Black on his new album “Let’s Take A Trip” and the meticulous process of cutting up Michael Jackson samples.
David Banner exclusively speaks to HipHopDX about his upcoming album "The God Box" and becoming an asset to corporate America.
The 25th anniversary of Scarface's debut album, "Mr. Scarface Is Back" is revisited by HipHopDX.
HipHopDX celebrates the 20-year anniversary of The Roots' lyrical magnum opus, Illadelph Halflife.
The history of the pause-tape is broken down through the works of DJ Premier, Beastie Boys, Q-Tip and many more.